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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 July 1919

K Volume 10 kv > i DARLINO BABY AT BEST Wednesday evening nt 030 oclock tho spirit of Utile Master Henry Eugcno Barks passed from its earthly tabornacle to Heaven where It nestled safely in tlio nrms of Jesus Oil Juno 23rd 1B18 tlio bright baby emtio to bless Hie liomc of Mr mid Mrs E 0 Barks Tor over n jear this big and liniiilsomo boy lind mado hnppy this Ideal home Father mother and sister Jennie France were doote < l in their attention to nun Some two necks ago he commenced to suffer with tccthlnj limn later bowel trouble set in Ho was not really considered dnngcr out until Inst Saturdayw hen his grandmother Mrs Jennie Bnrki of Canyon and other relatives wero called to Ills bedfcide Tenderly prnycrfnll and constantly did loving hands wntch mid minister to the little dear But alas on this fatal July Oth lie una called from labor and to he nt pence with God In Hcnen Funeral services wcro conducted parent we gladly givo nnd give for our children As has been snid The most real...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 July 1919

4 B B B B a B m a B W JlijJIJ JJL JL of 1111 elcom BIRTHDAY CELE J RATIO aturdav Julv 19t Big Free Dinner best of Speaking Airplane flights Music by Tulia hand 1 JH1 > ForSport Lovers there will be BASEBALL G AlWES ATHLETOCppNTESTS WRESTLING and BOXING BOUTS WATER FIGHTS Put Dull Care Aside and Come ToTulia Saturday JulylQth Rest From Your Labors and Eifloy This DayWith Erierids Entertainment for the Soldier Boys by Swisher Co Chapter ARX Something Every Minute Come B a i Y

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 July 1919

w K Jt 4 wl LAYING GOLDEN EiGS Thp Hpyi that lays ever day is a gpld mLip Takp a lesson Wqm 1hp Vipji Lay up For your FuTum by buying WU SAVINGS K STAMPS rp ulaHy jj n S tIA fWftjfrt THE HAPPY FAMILY Does jour family know the IwnplncsH of the Thrift hnblt If not order your Thrift mid War SavltiS3 ttmipx tliiough join mnll carrier He will bo glad to dtllve lliem Oi i 5 < Jie not on li mull iinte diop ovei to the postofCce ugula li and lm > finni ciur liloml the postm utor Hao > ou bought join llnift Stamp toduyT V L H WHAT ONE CLASS IS DOING Ten per cent of the weekly collection of the Loyal Mens Class of the South Dallas Christian Sunday School Is put Into a sinking fund by Investing ft in Wui Savings Stumps The accompanying pictuio of the Class was taken faster Sunday In celebration of the winning of an attendance contest over everyothei rlass In the school 5 Toe Class has an active War Savings St > cet and meets evert othe Tnendav nfchti The Clas al jGys iMguJifrUm6iJn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 July 1919

THE KANSAS CITY MARKET REPORT Kansas City 8tock Yards July 7 Cattle hog and sheep prices were higher today Tliln in the first timo In a good many mouth past when all classes of meat animals look on higher pnocsat tbesame tlmo The advance it due to increasing demand for meat Cnttlo were up 2 r > rents hogs up 15 to 20 tents to n new high record position at 12200 and sheep were n big quarter higher All offerings cleared readily Todays Receipts Today s icccipts were light in all de partments The decrcaso is attributed to the rush of harvest nagging prices late in Jimef and the belief thatthe market has passed the Ion price lex el of the season Cattle receipts today wero COO or 2r > 00 le s than n week ago 12000 less than a year ago Hog receipts were 11000 or 4000 less than n week ago and 1500 larger than a year ago Sheep 4000 or 10000 lc < s than a week ago and J > 00 larger than n year ago There was an urgent tall for beef cattle and with receipts below cipecta tions price...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 July 1919

i u he s Ei LOCAL AND PERSONAL a S8 Mrs Maxwell of Happy was the guest this week of Mr and Mrs II M Trunnoll Deputy Sheriff Sid C Kolil Is looking aftor business matters In Wlolilta Fnlh tills ivcok T O Collier of tlie South llulns Monumont Company of Ilalnvlcw was n visitor In Tulla Monday WANTED To rent a threo room house In Tulla CallYhono No f > 5 or co J F PRIOR 272p Mrs J Q Qunttlcbauin of Jackson vlllc Florida Is In Tulla visiting with her motlior Mrs E W Putnam Mr nnd Mrs Lontiio Towniond of Happy spent Sunday in Tulla visiting with tliolr many rolatlvc and friends MeSRrs S C Gralinm and Dennis Zlmmermann were in Canyon Tuesday afternoon attending to business mnt tcrsTOR TOR SALE A axwcll True in good shape A bargain for 80000 See T O COLLIER Pia nvlow Texas 28Ic Little Miss Jennie Frances Darks was a plensant visitor last week with her grandmother Mrs Jonnic Darks in Canyon Neal McLaughlin and Usury Patterson of Nolan county are In Tulla visiting at the home of Mr and Mr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 July 1919

B IIs IIs B B fe B B B B B B r E K E B B B B B B B B B B B B U B m i Its The 19th This Year SWISHER ANNIVERSARY Come one come all Big Eats Lots of Fun and a Good Time We are Headquarters for Ice Cream and Cold Drinks Keep Cool under our electric fans while you rest and meet friends WELCOME ALL TO THE REXALL STORE SATURDAY JULY THE 19th CRAWFORD PHARMACY Phone 39 gu xdaj Phone 39 THDHJS THAT COUNT WITH GOD Dear Heralds I have jnst read with interest the long article on the subject of InterChurch Federation and I would like to know how much of that article was Ladies crs nnd people to cease their sectarianism and come down to business for God and let Him rule His Church Yes in Israel there wcro twelve tribes but Ood found a man to be their King There were twelve Apostles but one wns Master even Jesus There is no Spirit firs we all baptised into os body Many member but one body In the war in Europe theie were dif1 fcrent nations engaged but there was I but one army The French English B...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 July 1919

fr ht t b I a o D o I o n o n O ioexoi KRESS Swisher Co TEXAS IOEXOE lOt O D o D o D o a o xotaoc IOEXOI O D O XOEXOE D o Q o n o 3QEXOE 30EXOI IOEIOE 30E30E LIFT OFF CORNS Apply few drops then lift sore touchy corns oft witl finpers Doesnt hurt a bitl Drop a little Freozone on an aching corn instantly that corn stops hurting thou you lift it right out Yos mnglcl A tiny bottle of Freozouo costs but a fow conts at any drug storo but Is IOEXOI Guaranty Fuhd Bank IOEIOE ioe PROSPEROUS FARMS DOT the KRESS country I0E30I P T 8KIPW0RTU 1resldont W A OATEB Vice President J W BKIPWORTH Jr Cashlor 1 f r N FARMERS STATE BANK or Kress Capital and Undivided Profits 2000000 Your Banking solicited I0E30I Business Respectfully The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings IOEXOI 3QEXOE IOEIOE In Purchasing1 Your Groceries for Harvesting andThresher Crews Dont fail to figure with us We Can Fix You Up whether it be a large or small bill LINN BOTTS 30E30E 3QEXOE 30EXOE 30EXOI 30EXOI 3 O IS OI 301 o IOEXO ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 July 1919

fl IIm m The Blue Ribbon For many generations the Blue Ribbon has been the symbol of Quality awarded only after a test proving meritorious performance Blue Ribbon Service Shoes with the Munson Army Last have stood the test of Shoe Service and merit your approval and patronage because they will give you the utmost in comfort and durability Blue Ribbon Service Shoes are made in Tan and Black leathers with light medium and heavy soles to suit working conditions Our line of footwear for men women and children is complete and the prices are always reasonable Cantrell Shows Tulia Texas THE EPWOBTH LEAGUE The Senior Epwortb League meets to The Apostles Creed recited by all Prayer Quartet Scripture lesson Ps xlivlS Lu Bunday afternoon July 13th at 730cile Wilson oclock The following is the program J Gloria Patri Bobject Our Metbodiet History and Solo May Belle Tisdale Inncjples I Address Leader Leader Italph Porter j Address by League President Bong Semee League Benediction SM t X + + + X X...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 July 1919

JisL w X T r V f Volume 10 cuts expecting to trn ten to tlio fulia Sc vw A IMPOETANT TO rjntBNTS IIO DESIRE TO TRANSFER VllILDUEN Tuliii Texas July scholastic yenr should do 80 a tlic tlmo In whlc li transfers If you buy it from us its worth TO carry everything inlhpylineof harduare for pfeLbuilders needs thaO > onKof our ideas of service Whatever you may wish to build house barn shed chicly en coop shelving or fcnc x ing we can supply the necessary tools and hardware for the complete job We sell the well known brands the best quality obtainable for the prices you can pay maile ixpiim + + + H + + + + + M + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + < llgtl t flJKt tojrtSTlfy tlie have to ilo s County Judge in writinWgiviug the nninoii of such clillilrcn iM stating from which district tluryaro f i hotransferred nc AHlUJHV lresidcnt llourt of Trustocs t Ttillft rnIcpciileiit School District Carpentryjoqjj Masonry Tool Nails Screw Loclit Hinges Hooks And All Other Builders Hardw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 July 1919

MISS VOLLIE DISON Kditor + HHSM3 + THE HAPETT HOTEL The Beat of Meals Clean Beds and Cool Booms MBS WB COWAN Prop Sex eral jean a > o it was found that the demand existed for a scrond session of the summer school of the Uni ersitv of Texas In tbe summer of 1Q17 the experiment of conducting a second term was tried and met with great success Not more than 150 students were expected to register but to the astonishment of all 424 students attended The n xt xear plans were made for 400 students Again the greatest expectations were surpassed 7SG students were enrolled A graduation exercise was held and degrees were conferred upon 42 students This year between SO and 60 candidates will receive their degrees Wt want too Subscription Basis Flyat TaumFJdDHIdDire Tht SKIN BEAUTIF1ER THE HAPPY IDEA FIRST STATE BANK Of Happy Texas A Guaranty Fund Bank with Capable and Accommodating Officers Safety Deposit Boxes for rent Protects Cleanses Improves Beauty ven skin d ep should bo protected and I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 July 1919

Wl w r BAYER CROSS ON ASPIRIN Always Ask for Genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin each weak In Bank i Trust Co bo present and always welcome 1ST A Only Aspirin Tablets with tho safoty Dnyor CrosV onbicm nro gonulno Dnycr Tablet otAsplrln owned and jnado by Amorljyiis nnd proved safo by millions of pcoplo Unknown quantltloi of frnuliilcnt Aspirin Tablets woro sold recently by a Brooklyn dealer which proved to bocomposed mostly of Talcum lowdor llaycr Tnblcts of ABplrin should always be asked for Thon look for tho safoty Bayer Cross on tho pack ago and on each tnblot Accept nothing elsol Proper directions and dOMg in each Bayor package Aspirin U tho Undo mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacldester of Ballcyllcacid PREACHER AND PRINTER Htrawii Tribuno A v ellknown min ister lind been preaching a begging sermon concluded ns follows 1 dont want any to contribute who liiu not paid their subscription to the home paper for country papers need money great dcnl more thnu do the heathen Thut ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 July 1919

THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN t OBETAN Ownen BABNTTT O BRYAN Editor J B ENQLEMAN Publisher Subscription 1150 Tit Tear Entered u steondelaM mall matttr 4 the poslofflet at Tulia Texas TULIA TEXAS JULY 1919 TOO MlCK WOltK DID IT Since last Frlrlay the greater part of Tuliaa citircn hae Informed u that The Heralds front porch awning had collapsed We hae gien arious reason for the collapse liut this last one look the mot fcaiblc Wo hate been working so hard tn the build lag to Veep the wolf from the door that the eon tant jar on the whole building canoed the npport to gne way causing the complete hut In of our front In that way the wolf 1 unable to get in but we hac a idc entrance that wc have to watch still Wc hno hoard that a subscriber with a 4150 right in his pocket came down and couldnt get in the front way o went awaj and we didnt get his monT Wc now hae the front filed and the door wide open The motto we want you to read is Come in o fast at both front and ide door with sub ecription...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 July 1919

1 X v u Volume 10 A TRIF ANOTHER TRIP AND STILL A TRIP By lien 0 H Wynlt CIIAITKIt I In every iicrsons ml ml who tnkes a trip out of the ordinary tlicre should bo n well defined object Some people go journoys juit for llio pleasure Unit they jot out of It without any expectation of it being profitable to nnyono else Such a journey is one fraught with puro selfishness and consequently is only profitable to tho one that takes It with Hint motive Thcro is another journey the purpose of which is as deeply selfish and may result in evil not only to tho ono that takes it but to numerous others Unit is u journey taken lo study methods by which unscrupulous financiers pet rich quick in order to follow them He thnt hnsteth to bo rich hath an evil eye and consid crotk not that povery shall como upon him Others take trips for recreation of body ami mind which is always jil soon found out by p little 1 ihich cur to tnke to the place of tho Kdebrntion Tookt and inn few win jes wns thore I tiTlio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 July 1919

Swisher and Adjoining Counties Are Welcome BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION 5 Saturday July 19th 1919 Big Free Dinner best of Speaking Airplane flights Music by Tulia band For Sport Lovers there will be BASEBALL GAMES ATHLETIC CONTESTS WRESTLING and BOXING BOUTS WATER FIGHTS Put Dull Care Aside and Come To Tulia Saturday July 19th Rest From Your Labors and Enjoy This Day With Friends Entertainment for the Soldier Boys by Swisher Co Chapter A RX Something Every Minute Come B B B B WU J >

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 July 1919

V NEW EXECUTIVES OF ARMY Y HAVE UNUSUAL CAREERS Charles Kurtzhalz and Fred B Apple get Known to Thousando of 3o dlero Assume Control Charles ICtirlrtuilr newly iippntntuil executive mci clary or the southern ilipnitmcnl Aimy Voting Mens Chris tlnn association nml lled It Apple got whom Kurthul litis seleileil ns Ills associate In control of nil V ac tlvltlns In the states of Texas Olttn lininn Arliiinsas Louisiana New Mexico anil Ailniha which states compose j the southern nilllliirv department liao records of unusual ami nrlcd < iiclileu > moiit hefore becoming connect lid Willi war work Iloth were for IHloily associated together at Camp Ike AI It Mr Kiirtrlmlr who succeeded II II Simmons prominent hanker mid real csiale man of lllll lioio Tev as executive scueltuy has heen a missionary In IJrltish West Afilcn and Jamaica ns well ns a oily Y II C A i X s CHARLES KlRTZHALZ Newly Appointed Executive Secretary of the Southern Department Army Y M C A worker while before entering ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 July 1919

if nnUntied from first page titn and antitoxin for free diMribu tlon to Hie indigent nnd to establish lirandi laboratories in revcral sections of tlic SUlc In tin rot Wl to J n lit all jlnt n tlm bn ii itir t < U < To ir jlnhnti til < w b tknt lnle i ago T iin by tin I mi i l n mcasc bureau i > f cam mli it on 1 i Illi Ill ni i 11 p i oi of tit least 1 to sny I inj1on n short tunc v I w hen informed State labile llcaltli 8ervi < c Hint the reports of the vcncral disease 1 urcnu of tbc Texas Henltli Department wero more than 50 per cent ahead of nny otlicr State Michigan being next In connection with Uiis bureau I dc virc to call special attention to the ne eessity of reporting promptly to the 6tato Health Department all reportable cases coming to J our attention The c reports are of vital interest for several reasons They arc statutory requirements They put the Health Department on notice as to prevalence and location of disease which enables us to more effectively re...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 July 1919

k LOCAL AND PERSONAL V C Hagood was t business visitor In Amnrillo the first of tie week Mr nnj Mrs Stanley Slglcr arc tlio proud parents of a pretty daughter born Saturday morning July 12th J W Burgess one of our good farm ors was a business visitor in Tulin Tuesday Mr and Mrs C Ii Davis and son Ottle H arc visiting with relatives and friends in Lcander Attcfrnoy W A Ornham Iretnrnci Wodncsdsy evening from n business trip to Matador J V White the genial tnnnnger of the Farmers Exchange gcnernl store in Happy was a business visitor In Tulin Monday Mrs Ben H Allen left last Saturday for Hereford wjiyro si > will spcpil a week visiting with her parcuts Mr and Mrs r H Oberthler Mrs lonnio Townscnd returned Wed ncsdny afternoon to her homo in Happy after spending a fow dnys in Tulla visiting with her niothor Mrs I W JSeott Sr c r Mr nhd Mrs V W Stephenson and Utile ilnilghtcr Ornce visited wltli friends in the northern portion of Swisher County nud the southern par tion of Hnudnll co...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 July 1919

H a a Its The 19th This Year SWISHER ANNIVERSARY Come one come all Big Eats Lots of Fun and a Good Time We are Headquarters for Ice Cream and Cold Drinks Keep Cool under our electric faiis while you rest and meet friends WELCOME ALL TO THE REXAlk SfORE SATURDAY JULY THE 19jK offered arc classification cataloguing bibliography both trade and subject and reference J E Ooodwin librarian of the Unhersity will have charge of the school Miss Elva Bas com of Tarkers Lauding la ban been elected adjunct profes or of library science At the meeting of the Board of Repents of the University of Texas held in Austin la t week resolutions were adopted setting forth the portion of that body in the matter of continuing the teaching of the German language in the Vmxersity The Board placed IIIIHIIBBIIIUIIIHIIHBBaaBBBM S B s B B B B B B B B B flB B B B m m m m a a higher learning of this state and as holding it elf always in readiness to conduct the Unhersity of Texas inline with the established laws o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 July 1919

A iMF I n o D o 0o n o D o xot O D o 11o n o o a o D o KRESS Swisher Co TEXAS X0E30E O n o D o XOEXOE 30E30E XOEXOI aoao 301 IOC IIHM LIFT CORNS OR CALLUSES OFF Doesnt hurt Lift any corn or callus off with fingers Dont auftorl A tiny bottlo of Free eons costs but a few cents at any drug storo Apply a few drop on the corns eallusoH and hard skin on bottom of 30I PROSPEROUS FARMS DOT THE KRESS COUNTRY P T SKIFWORTH President W A GATES Vlco President J W SKIPWORTH Jr Cashier FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Undivided Profits2000000 i > i < St ji a v i f3 s y Your Banking Busmess Respectfully solicited i x The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings n o lonoc nocaon 30E30E aoQo loraoi In Purchasing Your Groceries for Harvesting and Thresher Crews V Dont fail to figure with us We Can FixYou Up whether it be a large or small bill aoi LINN BOTTS D o 30E30 30E3Q aoi V A BECK Staple and Fancy Groceries Cold Drinks Notions Postoflice Building Phone 42 snwni inrtni...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 July 1919

IOC Blue Ribbon Service Shoes deserve their distinction The judges who declare them the best of their class are the men who wear them Blue Ribbon Service Shoes please when you first put them on because they are so comfortable Thelonger you wear them the more they please you not only because pf their comfort but because of their durability also Made of honostjeatnet over the Mun son Army Last th f la t selected by the Government for U S Army Shoes 2 N Blue Ribbon ServiceShoes are made in Tan and Black leathers Avith light medium and heavy soles to suit Working conditions Complete lines of shoes for men women and children always in stock at reasonable prices Cantrell Shows General Merchandise Tulia Texas CABD Or THANKS 30E3QI From the depths ofbearts bowed < jowo with grief we wist to thank all those who so fuithfuilfNnorkcd and watched with us during oursgrcat tor row To thoe who sang to s eetly and to those who sent the beautiful floral + t i + + offerings we offer our sincere th...

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